MSI reveals Intel and AMD TPM 2.0 compatible motherboards for the upcoming Windows 11 OS

Published: 2nd Jul 2021, 12:42 GMT   Comments

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MSI TPM 2.0 Ready Motherboard List

One of the system requirements for Windows 11 is TPM 2.0. Many might have the question: does my PC supports TPM 2.0?

TPM 2.0 related technology is implemented in Intel 100 series Chipset and newer, and AMD Ryzen processors. Therefore, no external TPM module is necessary for those TPM 2.0 ready motherboards since the chipsets and processors have built-in firmware TPM (fTPM). All you need to do is enable “Security Device Support” in BIOS.

Here is the list of MSI motherboards with TPM 2.0 support. This table shows the chipsets and MSI motherboard series that support TPM 2.0.

Intel Motherboards
SeriesChipset*CPU Supported
500 SeriesZ590 / B560 / H51010th / 11th Gen
400 SeriesZ490 / B460 / H41010th / 11th Gen
300 SeriesZ390 / Z370 / B365 / B360 / H370 / H3108th / 9th Gen
200 SeriesZ270 / B250 / H2706th / 7th Gen**
100 SeriesZ170 / B150 / H170 / H1106th / 7th Gen**
X299X299X-series 10000/9000/78xx**
AMD Motherboards
SeriesChipset
500 SeriesX570 / B550 / A520
400 SeriesX470 / B450
300 SeriesX370 / B350 / A320*
TR4 SeriesTRX40 / X399*

How to Enable TPM in MSI BIOS

Go to BIOS and enable this item “Security Device Support” to enable TPM 2.0.

  • Click BIOS 5 – you can find “Security Device Support” in “SettingsSecurityTrusted Computing”.
  • Click BIOS (or GSE Lite) – “Security Device Support” can be found in “SecurityTrusted Computing”

MSI Intel 500 Series

MSI Intel 400 Series

MSI Intel 300 Series

MSI Intel 200 Series

MSI Intel 100 Series

MSI AMD 500 Series

MSI AMD 400 Series

MSI AMD 300 Series

MSI Threadripper Series

Footnotes

  • This is NOT a Windows 11 compatible motherboard list, it simply means the motherboard BIOS supports TPM 2.0.
  • Visit Intel for more information about TPM 2.0 support for Intel chipsets.
  • Intel 6th/7th Gen and X-Series 9000/78xx processors are not on the list of Windows 11 compatible processors, as of 2021/07/01.
  • Ryzen 1000 series and Ryzen Threadripper 1000 series (Zen1) processors are not on the list of Windows 11 compatible processors, as of 2021/07/01. Visit Microsoft for more Windows 11 information.

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